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In what may signal the end to a debate that’s simmered for years, the Englewood City Council approved a bill on a preliminary vote that would effectively exempt Englewood’s public school district from paying tax on construction projects. At … more
One weekend of the summer, a picture-perfect green field nestled in the middle of a Littleton neighborhood fills with people from across the metro area for the Denver Polo Classic. Under a giant white tent lined with crystal chandeliers, families … more
A man accused of a carjacking in Littleton has been apprehended in California. Littleton police responded to a report of menacing at Church Avenue and Prince Street about 10 a.m. June 23. Two … more
Where can you catch hundreds of kids and adults playing alongside bouncy houses, putt-putt courses and former Denver Broncos players? The 40th anniversary event at the City of Englewood’s Broken Tee Golf Course drew golfers of all ages June 21 … more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a measure intended to bolster the rights of Colorado residents whose property is seized during criminal investigations. The measure — signed by the governor June 9 and sponsored by Democratic … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has joined the effort to help find a Littleton police officer who went missing in mid-June while mountain climbing in Russia. Coffman met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Washington, D.C., on June 23 to discuss the deployment of specialized mountain search-and-rescue teams and Russian military helicopters in the search for Highlands Ranch resident Steven Beare. more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
In a sea of rising rent and housing prices across the metro area, Englewood residents may soon catch hold of a lifeline. Accessory dwelling units — small residential spaces located behind a house or atop a garage — could make their way into … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
Five years ago, Andrea Fuller sat on her kitchen floor, stared at her pantry and started bawling. A mother of two, her income put her just above the limit for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — once called food stamps — and she … more
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